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Transformed Project - Current

To prepare an application, download the Transformed Artist's Brief below which highlights opportunities in each centre:

Dandenong - Transformed artist's brief - 6.15MB

Noble Park - Transformed artist's brief - 1.05MB

Springvale - Transformed artist's brief  - 1.07MB

‘Colour Connection’ is a large-scale pavement mural by artist and illustrator Happy Decay – Bjarni Wark.
"Hanging by a Thread" Mosaic for Afghan Women - consists of two public artworks on display at the Drum Theatre.
‘Happy Grounds’ is a large-scale landscape mural by multidisciplinary street artist and illustrator Happy Decay – Bjarni Wark.
'Harmony' is a large-scale mural by multi-disciplinary artist Olana Janfa.
The City of Greater Dandenong worked together with local school children to transform three signal boxes with artwork in Noble
The City of Greater Dandenong collaborated with the Association of Ukrainians in Victoria Noble Park to deliver a unique asphalt
'Roots' celebrates a localised native Australian flora and fauna narrative inspired by the resilience and spirit of the local
Melbourne-based artist and illustrator Sasha Heath has transformed a public toilet block into a colourful celebration of all
Elements of village life that are common across all parts of India feature in a new colourful mural by Indian artist and
Learn more about the artwork Together by Hayden Dewar.
Adornment celebrates Little India's status as Melbourne's hub of Indian and subcontinent fashion and design.
The two worlds of Aishwarya Pokkuluri blend - that of her Indian upbringing and her Australian lifestyle.
Seven power poles in Little India have been brought to life with Indian and sub-continent colours and designs.
Artist Julian Clavijo has created a stunning mural celebrating Sikh culture and the 32nd Australian Sikh Games.
Zip Me Up celebrates how precious feelings of connection to the past can help foster new beginnings in the present.